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A DVORAK FIRST.

20-9-2013. City Hall Concert. By the Halle. Conductor Sir Mark Elder. A First !. First Time Anton Dvorak Piece. The Water Goblin. Has Been Preformed in Sheffield. Opens the Sheffield International Concert Season 2013/14. Being a Member of the Dvorak Society. Makes Me Very Proud. Are You Seating Comfortably ?. Then I Shall Begin. Anton Dvorak Now at His Prime. Writes Stories Based on Karl Jaromfr Erben Poetry. The Garland. The Water Goblin the Negative Aspect of the Lake.Is a Green Evil Man. Green Hair, Makes His Own Green Socks. Mother Of Daughter Advises Her. Never Do Washing in the Lake. You Have Guessed it. She Does. Walking on Jetty, Loose Plank. She Falls In to the Lake. Pulled Down by the Water Goblin. Where She Becomes His Wife. They Have a Baby. She is Very Unhappy Under the Water. The Water Goblin Lets Her Return to the Surface. As Long as She Returns at Midnight. She Shows the Baby to Her Mother. And is Happy Again. Midnight Passes. She has Not Returned to the Lake. The Water Goblin is Full Of Rage. Knocks Three Times on the Girls Door. No Reply. So He Takes the Baby and Kills It. Sad Tale I Must Confess. Wonderful Playing by the Halle. Special Mention to the Flutes & Clarinets. Brass is Very Good Too. Something Czech Orchestra,s Excel at. Good a Manchester Orchestra Can Match. Nice Touch by Sir Mark Elder. Greeting the Audience. Narrating The Water Goblin Story. To bring Newer & Younger People in to the Classical Family. This Can Only Be Applauded. Not A Sir, For Nothing !. Concert Continues with the Korean Pianist Sunwook Kim Paying. Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4. Concert Finish,s With the Very English. Elgar Enigma Variations. 14 Of Them !. Which the Crowning Glory is Variation No 9. Nimrod. Piece Which Always Brings Contemplation to Me. Out in to The Sheffield Night. Happy. Make My Way to the Old Queens Head. Two Refreshing Cool Pilsner Urquell. Even with Supertram doing Engineering Work. So Bus Travel Home. Cannot Sour My Mood. Chip Butty. Plus to End All Nights. H C Sparta Praha. Scalp The Indians. And A C Sparta Praha Continue Winning. Still Top Of The League. Life Does Not Get Better Then This !.

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